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Technology How to watch the Huawei P40 Pro launch event livestream

06:15  26 march  2020
06:15  26 march  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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Due to coronavirus restrictions, the launch will be livestreamed on YouTube. Huawei is unveiling its latest flagship superphone this week over a YouTube livestream , which means you can all follow along to see how the Chinese firm is taking the fight to Samsung's Galaxy S20 Ultra and the iPhone 11 Pro .

Huawei now plans to live stream the event on YouTube and anyone can tune in to watch the launch . The event will kick off on Thursday, March 26 Huawei P 30 will be priced around 699 Euros while the P 40 Pro will cost 799 Euros. Both the phones won’t be launching in the US due to the ongoing trade

Huawei is unveiling its latest flagship superphone this week over a YouTube livestream, which means you can all follow along to see how the Chinese firm is taking the fight to Samsung's Galaxy S20 Ultra and the iPhone 11 Pro . The stream is embedded below and will kick off on Thursday March 26 at 1 p.m. UK time, which is 6 a.m. PT, 9 a.m. ET.

a woman holding a cell phone: Huawei's P30 Pro was a colourful powerhouse. Andrew Hoyle/CNET © Provided by CNET Huawei's P30 Pro was a colourful powerhouse. Andrew Hoyle/CNET

The launch event was due to take place in Paris, but due to restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, this has sensibly been pared back to an online-only event. Huawei's previous phones have had a real focus on photography and it looks like the P40 will be no exception.

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After months of rumors, speculation, and coronavirus-induced uncertainty, Huawei has revealed it will host a livestream event for its upcoming P 40 While the date isn’t totally new – it had popped up on Huawei ’s Weibo last week – we now have official confirmation the P 40 will be revealed then and that

Due to Coronavirus restrictions, the launch will be live - streamed on YouTube. Huawei is unveiling its latest flagship superphone this week over a YouTube livestream , which means you can all follow along to see how the Chinese firm is taking the fight to Samsung's Galaxy S20 Ultra and the iPhone

The company put out a teaser video with the tagline "visionary photography," while circulating rumors have hinted at a 10x optical zoom lens and a 53-megapixel Sony-made image sensor.

It's all but certain the phone will support 5G , and due to the ongoing ban from the US, the phone won't support Google services. You can read our full report on the most credible rumors here.

a woman taking a selfie: Huawei's P30 Pro was a colourful powerhouse. © Andrew Hoyle/CNET

Huawei's P30 Pro was a colourful powerhouse.

We'll be going hands-on with the phone soon so stay tuned for much more.

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